All in Health
When Corey Schwartz learned last year that Shalom Austin was looking for a new COO, he was excited about the position’s potential scale of impact and, with recently appointed CEO Rabbi Daniel Septimus, working for an organization in transition, with a focus on excellence.
“I wanted to create things. I was always looking at products and critical of their design and always thought that I could make products better. So I started this company."
“I am Adam,” says Judy Waxman with an enigmatic smile. “My cells are all his. My DNA is all his. My blood type changed from O+ to A+ which is his blood type.” She laughs, “I have everything but the whiskers.”